These are my digi-prints, which i create using a digital pad and a pen.
Korean designer Jeong Seungbin from the DailyLife Lab came up with a brilliant little treat for the plants – the Rainy Pot. This wall-hung appliance has a cute cloud-shaped water filter that turns water into small rain drops.
The cloud can hold around 80ml of water and the little pot can be unplugged and drained. It is evenly distributed to the plant without overloading the pot, so the plant gets just the right amount of water.
The Rainy pot is simple to use and is a fun way to water your plants. It is available on Amazon.
Have you ever been so bored that you made fun of your cat? Of course you have. This cat owner used his imagination to create amusing facial expressions for his incredibly patient cat. The purrfessional artist uses paper, markers and their fluffy pet to brighten their day.
Although the human’s pet looks unimpressed, these funny drawn grimaces tell another story. Check them out and get more inspiration from our previous posts of cats with funny anime eyes and cute hedgehog faces. With a little effort you can transform your kitty into a Cheshire Cat!
Back in 2012, while cutting through a familiar alley in Seattle, I noticed a box of hardback novels sat beside a dumpster. I took one look at them and thought, “Why are these being thrown away? I can use them for something”.
Three years later, here I am. I have experimented with a countless amount of novels found in alleys and thrift stores. I have spent sleepless nights curled over my desk with glue up to my elbows, fingers cut from my clumsiness with an art knife (and clumsiness in general), and all of it fueled by my love for bringing something discarded back to life.
I pour my enthusiasm for nature and fairy-tales into every page I work with, in hopes of creating just a little bit of magic. I am a quiet lady, but my imagination is wild and noisy, and these books full of words allow me to speak the images that weave through my mind, daily.
Created in hand cut woven metal: stainless steel, copper and brass I form and color the metal. A single pin holds the beauty and constant movement of nature in works of quiet stillness. This new collection of work can be viewed at the Northcote Gallery, 253 Kings Road, London, opening on 31st March.